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Deborah Hagar recognized as a Senior Member of IEEE

Deborah Hagar

Deborah Hagar is a Senior Adjunct Professor in CBPM, where she has taught courses in Healthcare Management, Business Management, Culture & Gender since 1980. For the past twenty years, her company, Hagar & Associates, has provided management and business solutions for organizations in multiple industries including manufacturing, government, healthcare, and technology, and most recently led in economic development in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives with advanced technology.

Senior member is the highest grade for which IEEE members can apply. Application to Senior Membership is a rigorous process that requires substantial professional, academic, and industry contribution and leadership in advancing IEEE’s mission.

IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E,” stands for the “Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers” but its mission has expanded since its founding in 1884. With over 409,000 members in more than 160 countries, IEEE pursues its mission of “advancing technology for the benefit of humanity” by publishing approximately 200 transactions, journals, and magazines and sponsoring more than 2,000 conferences and events in 96 countries.